AWANA

What Is Awana?

Awana is an international nondenominational organization whose goal is to reach children with the gospel of Christ and train them to serve Him.

AWANA is a program fully committed to making your Kindergartner-5th grader WANT to memorize Scripture and learn what the Bible says about our life and our Lord. Join us as we hide our faces behind masks and God’s word in our heart, starting Wednesday, January 6 from 6:45-8:00 p.m. K-2nd graders meet for AWANA on the first floor of the Church Office building while our 3rd-5th graders are within the Christian Life Center.

To register, call the Church Office at 407-365-3484.

Click here to view AWANA 2020-2021 Calendar.

If you have already registered your child, but just need to make a payment, click here.

 

The AWANA Acronym

from 2 Timothy 2:15

A –  Approved
W – Workmen
A –  Are
N –  Not
A –  Ashamed

 

What Club Is Right For Your Child?

AWANA offers three age-appropriate clubs:

Cubbies

Cubbies is an Awana club for 3 year old and Pre-Kindergarten children with an emphasis on parent-involved Bible memorization.  Children can join with their parents in participating in our “Cubbies at Home” program.  Children will work through a handbook with their parents while learning scripture and earning stickers and badges.

Sparks

Sparks is an Awana club for Kindergarten through 2nd grade children with an emphasis on Bible memorization and Bible-centered activities such as games, Bible lessons, singing, and praise. Their night has a time for handbook review, games, and a Bible-centered council time with special guests, awards and prayer. Sparks meets in the Church Office building.

Truth and Training Clubs

T&T is an Awana club for 3rd through 5th grade children with an emphasis on scripture memorization and Bible-centered achievements.  Their night has a time for handbook review, games, and a Bible-centered council time with special guests, awards and prayer. T&T meets within the Christian Life Center.

For more information on AWANA Clubs International, go to awana.org.


For further information or with any questions, please contact:
Jessica Nicholas, AWANA Commander